Give the windows in your Wentworth NH home a new look with custom Window Treatments from Rod Ladman’s Window Designs, and see them transform every room into something special!
Are you looking Window Treatments for your Wentworth NH home? How about Blinds?, Drapes?, Shades?, Plantation Shutters? Look no further, our window design company is based in central nh and sells, installs, and repairs any kind of custom window decor (and has been doing so for more than 40 years).
Owner Rod Ladman has extensive experience installing high quality window treatments and takes absolute pride in making sure the customer gets exactly what they are looking for- and guarantees that result 100% of the time- When you need advice, he is always there. His suggestions to homeowners have resulted in many magnificent window displays.
Over the many years, Rod has owned his own window treatment stores and worked with dozens of designers all across New England. There is just no substitute for dealing with a service provider who has seen it all and done it all. As an authorized Hunter Douglas dealer, he has access to their whole catalog, but to help his customers truly think of us as a on-stop shopping, we carry other brands like J.Geiger, Graber, Alta, Horizons, Norman, Comfortex and more.
If you’re looking for one-of-a kind treatments. Rod has teamed up with designer and fabricator Karin Conn, (who also has decades of experience)and she can make any kind of soft furnishing you can imagine. Between them, they are a decorative powerhouse! To top it off, Rod was also a professional painter and wall coverings expert, so he has a good eye for tying a “whole room” together – you create the vision – they can make it happen
We not only service the greater Wentworth NH area, but all of Grafton, Carroll, Belknap, and Merrimack counties as well.
Here are just some of the window treatments we can help you with:
- Window Blinds
- Vertical Blinds
- Venetian Blinds
- Wooden Blinds
- Window Shades
- Roller Shades
- Custom-Made Drapery
- Faux Wood Blinds
- Pleated Shades
- Roman Shades
- Solar Shades
- Room-Darkening Shades
- Custom-Made Valances
- Custom-Made Cornices
- Cellular Shades
- Woven Wood Shades
- Plantation Shutters
- Custom-Made Curtains
- Custom-Made Sheers
- Custom-Made Roman Shades
- Drapery Hardware
…and let’s not leave out the many kinds of decorative accents we can make for you, including Duvet Covers, Shams, Tufted Coverlets, Bed Skirts, Pillowcases, et al. AND…Table accessories like Table Cloths, Runners, Placemats, etc. Bottom line: Whatever you need, we can do it!
Coordinating Window Treatments: Which Fabrics Go Where?
Before making your final selection of window treatments, consider whether the fabrics suit the roles you want them to play. Are they in the mood to enhance your rooms’s style? A luxurious moire is unmistakably formal, a tweedy homespun more rustic, and a watercolor print more lighthearted and romantic. Is the fabric right for your application? A heavy canvas, for instance, won’t have the ability to drape required for pinch-pleated curtains, but could make a great roll up shade. Similarly, filmy gauze can’t hold up as upholstery on the sofa, but it makes wonderfully gossamer curtains.
CHOOSE FABRICS THAT FIT YOUR ROOMS-
The array of natural. synthetic, and fiber blends makes it possible for you to match fabrics to very individual needs.What’s your climate? This is especially important in choosing drapery fabrics because of their insulative potential and sunny locations; natural fibers trap heat, and light-hued, tightly woven opaque fabrics reflect sun’s rays. If humidity is a factor, look for fibers with less absorbency. Do you want easy-care, soil and stain resistance in, for example, family room upholstery? Then look for fabrics which are cleanable and have protective finishes or apply a spray on finish yourself. If a fabric will be used near a wood stove or fireplace, ask for fabrics with flame resistant finishes.
When coordinating window treatments with chair covers:
- Fabrics for Upholstered Furniture: Chintz and cotton, used for light upholstery; brocade, corduroy, damask, used for heavier upholstery; chenille, flannel, jacquard,homespun tweed, tapestry, ticking, toile de Jouy, twill, velvet and wool
- Fabrics for Draperies: Lightly glazed chintz, light-to-medium-weight cotton, lightweight corduroy, damask, dotted swiss, faille,flannel,homespun tweed, linen, plisse, silk, taffeta, toile de jouy, and velvet
Decorating standard-style windows is relatively easy since they are rectangular and there are no curves to navigate. However, it’s important to begin by assessing all the windows within the room. While some rooms contain identical windows, it’s more common for rooms to feature a variety of types and sizes.For example, a room may include a picture window at one end, multiple double hung windows, and a sliding door, all on different walls. Special considerations may affect the style of treatment you choose, such as windows in corners installed at differing heights on the wall. Your goal is to unify the room with the same fabric on each window and door unit, and to mount window treatments at the same heights, if possible, to create consistency and balance throughout the setting.Arch-Top and Transom Windows
If you have recently completed a renovation or purchased a new home, chances are you have a few specialty windows that give a unique architectural element to your home. While striking to look at, arch-top and transom windows provide a challenge in selecting the right window treatment that offers both beauty and function. Arch-top windows, with their sweeping curves and transom windows let in excessive light, causing glare and possible harm to textiles, artwork, and wood furnishings in the room. In addition, a large window can create black hole effectwhen the sun goes down. All of these things should be considered when selecting a proper window treatment